NYC: The Brooklyn Bridge

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I met up with Shaun, of DPR, and his new D3 to snap the supposed "waterfalls art" in Lower Manhattan at night. These were taken with the D300 & 12-24mm, 17-55mm and 70-200mm f/2.8 (thanks Shaun). ISO 200.

Not bad for an "obsolete" camera, j/k :eek:

15sec at f/11
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20sec at f/11
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8sec at f/11
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20sec at f/13
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25sec at f/11
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Manhattan Bridge & Falls [1/100 at f/8]
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Manhattan Bridge & Falls [15sec at f/11]
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More here:
http://photos.dezmix.com/p626781646/?photo=h27E420AA#894222138
 
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Great series Dez, even with a so called "obsolete" camera. If your is obsolete, then what are mine, ancient? Any-who, the first two of the set are beautiful. Of the 2, I like the first one and it is not b/c of it being b&w but rather the bridge is isolated more and it pops better in your shot (maybe b/c of its orientation, portrait rather than landscape). Well done on all your shots and thanks for sharing.

God Bless,
David
 

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